Yale E. Cohen Receives Jane M. Glick Graduate Student Teaching Award

Using Lung-on-a-chip Technology to Find Treatments for Chlorine Gas Exposure

Gabriel DeSantis: Penn Abroad Leader

Nader Engheta Awarded Isaac Newton Medal and Prize

Magnetic Field and Hydrogels Could Be Used to Grow New Cartilage

Through Brain Imaging Analysis in Rats, Penn Researchers Show Potential to Predict Whether Pain Will be Acute or Persistent

An Ecosystem of Innovation Fosters Tech-based Solutions to COVID-19 Challenges

Brian Litt Receives NIH Pioneer Award to Develop Implantable Neurodevices

New Research from Penn Engineering and MIT Shows How Nanoparticles Can Turn Off Genes in Bone Marrow

In Memoriam: David Geselowitz, 1930-2020

Penn Engineering mourns the death of our former colleague Dr. David Geselowitz, who died on August 22, 2020. The Penn Engineering and Penn State communities have lost a brilliant scientist and researcher, and an extraordinary teacher, mentor and friend. Dr. Geselowitz was born in Philadelphia in 1930, and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where […]

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